6,000 people are now being told to get tested for Hepatitis C. The disease is being spread because of former medical technician David Kwiatkowski using dirty needles and syringes for patients and passing the disease on. Former patients are filing a class-action lawsuit against Exeter Hospital where Kwiatkowski previously worked.
Former Exeter Hostpital medical technician, David Kwiatkowski, was charged with federal drug crimes and being accused of spreading Hepatitis C to patients through dirty needles and syringes. Paitents are beginning to sue the hospital.
Exeter Hospital is beginning to have lawsuits filed against them because of former medical technician David Kwiatkowski. Kwiatkowski is being accused of infecting many patients with Hepatitis C.
In the wake of a Hepatitis C outbreak, lawsuits are continuing to arise against Exeter Hospital. It is said that around 30 patients were infected here.
As the Hepatitis C cases keep rising so do the lawsuits that are being filed against Exeter Hospital. So far there have been 31 total cases reported.
As the number of cases of Hepatitis C increase, the number of lawsuits are increasing as well. 59 former patients have sued Exeter Hospital, 47 of those being a class-action lawsuit.
60 former patients filed suit against Exeter Hospital in early July and cases continue to rise. David Kwiatkowski, former med tech, is being accused of spreading Hepatitis C throughout various hospitals.
Patients are filing a class-action suit. 1,100 people were possibly exposed to Hepatitis C at Exeter Hospital between October 2010 and May 25, 2012. David Kwiatkowski was arrested on charges of tampering with a consumer product and obtaining a controlled substance. They believe Kwiatkowski is to blame for the spreading of the disease through the use of needles and syringes.
Exeter Hospital could be facing two class-action lawsuits because of previous employee David Kwiatkowski. Kwiatkowski is being accused of infecting many people with Hepatitis C through the use of dirty needles and syringes.